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Same-Sex Marriage

Conscientious Objection to Creating Same-Sex Unions: An International Analysis

Authors: Bruce MacDougall, Elsje Bonthuys, Kenneth McK. Norrie & Marjolein van den Brink Abstract In jurisdictions that recognize same-sex marriages and unions, the question arises as to the extent to which civic officials who normally preside at such unions can… Continue Reading →

The Limits of Constitution (Re)-making in the Commonwealth Caribbean: Towards the ‘Perfect Nation’

Author: Arif Bulkan Abstract Commonwealth Caribbean constitutions were famously likened by Francis Alexis to “birth certificates” – striking imagery that conveyed the paradigmatic shift occasioned at independence where written constitutions with entrenched Bills of Rights supposedly heralded the decline of… Continue Reading →

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